IEM will sell its products and services directly in the Swiss market

IEM will sell its products and services directly in the Swiss market

Swiss municipalities well know IEM’s on-street parking equipment.  Indeed, more than 10 000 parking meters are installed on the Helvetian territory, the first machines of which were put into service in the 90s.

Today, IEM takes a turning point by integrating the sales and distribution of its own products and services in the Swiss market place completely into its own organization.

Own distribution network

Since July 1st, 2016, IEM market its products, services and integrated smart parking solutions directly in Switzerland. Expert in this domain for more than 25 years, IEM designs, develops and produces innovative parking meters specially conceived for the Swiss marketplace. Some of its products even became icons on Switzerlands streets. In time for its market entry in Switzerland, IEM will present Presto Connect,  its newest member of parking meters, aiming to become the successor of the iconic TOM parkmeter.

Today, a dedicated team is exclusively in charge of the Swiss municipalities. It will not only market its standard IEM products but also the well known machines formerly sold by its Swiss distributor. IEM will be the single point of contact taking care of the commercial relationship as well as all technical aspects of the implementation and maintenance of IEM equipment (parking meters and detection sensors) as well as software applications.


With an installed base of over 30,000 parking meters across Europe and the Asia-Pacific region, IEM is one of the world's leading manufacturers of smart parking solutions. 

Bsaed in Geneva/Switzerland, the company develops, designs and sells state-of-the-art parking solutions ranging from parking meters, vehicle detection sensors, payment apps to management software and digital parking services. 

IEM's fully integrated portfolio of on-/and off-street parking solutions help parking operators as well as municipalities to address the most demanding mobility challenges of today's Smart Cities. 


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